Find the exact domain of one or more links, with the possibility to only look for top-level domains (TLD) which are matched against items in a customizable list.
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Bokor Béla
Working with content online can become pretty tedious, and there are a lot of website for which the domain is rather difficult to tell. In this regard, DomainExtractor comes as a small tool which can easily extract the domain from any provided link, also with the possibility to use a TLD list as a filter for your operations.
No installation required to make it work
On the bright side of things, the application doesn’t require installation to function, so you can check out the set of features from the moment download is done. Note, however, that .NET Framework is required to make the program work, but it usually comes as a default feature in modern Windows iterations.
The application mostly puts emphasis on accuracy and practicality rather than looks. The visual design is wrapped around a classic window frame, but this doesn’t mean you have a hard time figuring out how things work. Most of the space is where you add the links to the web pages of interest, with a side panel displaying results at the press of a button.
Find regular or top-level domains
One of the core features of the application is to quickly tell the source domain of a complex and difficult to read link. This is accomplished by reading URL sections to match against known and popular domains. On the other hand, the application can also be set to show results only if it’s a TLD, namely a top-level domain.
In the case of the latter event, the application reads the TLD items from a list. This is found as a TXT document inside the program source folder, but it can also be accessed and modified from the program interface. Results are returned at the press of a button, and you can choose to have them sent to clipboard.
A few last words
All things considered, we can state that DomainExtractor comes as a practical tool developers can use to quickly identify the right domain from a given link. This can be done for any kind of domain, or use a TLD list to only find particular types of domains.